In this episode of “Conservative One”, Australian Federal Member of Parliament George Christensen interviews Cardinal Emeritus of Hong Kong, Joseph Zen about the Chinese Communist Party’s attack on religious freedom in China and Hong Kong and the sell-out from the Vatican.

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George Christensen hosts the new Good Sauce political podcast, "Conservative One: Pandemic Unmasked". Featuring interviews with globally renowned experts in various relevant fields, this second season of "Conservative One" is sure to be too honest for the censors at Big Tech, so you'll get it first and uncensored right here.

George is a Member of Parliament representing the federal electorate of Dawson in north Queensland, and a member of the LNP. His podcast features discussions with prominent individuals and experts on both the big philosophical questions of our time and current events from a conservative worldview. He comes from a farming family and his background is in journalism and business.

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